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Andrew McFarland Learn Diary, 1873-1877


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20 Tuesday {in?} N clear {"cold" written above "clear"}

Done choars Ann

White washed. pide com

had a calf. Witers and

wife and Duglass to tea

21 Wednesday in N clear {"cold" written above "clear"}

to Belmont fone noon

Alvin husked conn

Mother here

22 Thursday {in?} N clear

fixed fence Alvin tohelp Phileman at pen

let hin have flour 33 lb

let Abbott have oats 9 1/2

bushel traded calves with Edwin

23 fryday {in?} SWNE {"at night" written above "SWNE"} snow

plowed afternoon Alvin

husked corn phileman

finished hen pen his

wife here to tea Mrs

winters here To help Ann

24 Saturday in NW cloudy {"cold" written above "cloudy"}

To Belmont got from

Newon 20 lb sugar 2 yds

carpet. phileman boiled

sap Alvin To help.

Randall home at night

25 Sunday {in?} W clear

to 2 church with us john

Learn and wife To tea

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